You’ll have plenty to be afraid of before this episode is over. And that’s because Matt and Jason will be putting electrodes to foreheads for the 1931 groundbreaking horror classic, Frankenstein. Celebrate this precious new life brought into a cruel and undeserving world by joining your handsome hosts for chatter on Boris Karloff, Universal films, the Mary Shelley novel, the joys of drinking, the meaning of life, battle scars, foursomes and other sordid affairs. After M&J have laid this one to its final resting place, keep listening as they bring you their thoughts on recent DVDs seen. It’s alive, it’s alive, IT’S ALIVE!
He… Is… The… Celebrator! | Thy Wine Is Grim | Tambora: Not a Bon Jovi Guitarist | Frankenstein REALLY Unbound | The Whale In The Coffin | Awesome von Stroheim | The Ballad of Dwight Fry | Gimme A Bath, Nanny | Frankenstein 1994 | Let’s Get Nasty, Nasty | The Bio of Dwight Frye | Jack Pierce | We Named The Burger After Junior | Speak of the British | Boris “Gentleman” Karloff | Beefaroni: Now On Amazon! | Calling Dr. Luv on iTunes | Drown A Kid In Malibu Lake | Reading Is Easy… and Groovy | How Low Can You Bungalow? | Boris Karloff’s Thriller
Having a cat in your home for the first time involves more than you think. Cats are not necessarily the cuddly creatures some people imagine and you need to consider several things before sharing your abode with a feline: food costs, spaying or neutering, vaccinations, romantic jealousies, vicious attacks, brutal murderous rages, etc. Matt and Jason would like to help you through the transition with their commentary on the 1942 horror noir creeper, Cat People. Curl up in a ball and play with some yarn as M&J deliver the inside scoop on this Val Lewton classic, as well as pertinent discussion on crossdressing, public ogling, shoulder pads, wine, cats vs. dogs, and assorted obscenities. After the feature, zone out with some catnip as your hosts chat about their latest DVD viewings. Truly, a transforming experience.
Val Lewton | Welcome to the 3rd Floor | No Bed Of Her Own | Orson’s Getting Loaded | Cat Symbolism in Art | Working Girl | AMC: Film Noir | Carvel’s Ice Cream Cakes | Midnight Offerings | Divorce That Crazy Bitch! | There Were Sheep In Central Park | Come and Knock On Our Door… | Rankin-Bass | S[ermo] |||